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The 2015 Young Persons' Lecture will be delivered by Dr Gemma Attrill, Principal Scientist, Support to Operations and National Security Team, dstl. She will outline what space weather is and why we should care about it.
This conference will provide an opportunity to respond to the publication of a UK Government policy paper on human spaceflight ahead of Briton Tim Peake going into space in December.
By Mat Potulski (Managing Director, HHA Ltd)
The lecture will provide an overview of HHA’s business activities, platforms operated and the regulatory environment applicable to the operation of Fast Jets on the Military Register.
Contact: Daryl Hayler